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Mather Publications

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132. K.A. Burke, I.A. Rousseau, and P.T. Mather, “Reversible actuation in main-chain liquid crystalline elastomers with varying crosslink densities,” appeared, Polymer (2014). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.polymer.2014.06.088

131. Amir H. Torbati, Hossein Birjandi Nejad, Mileysa Ponce, James P. Sutton and Patrick T. Mather, “Triple Shape Memory Composites Prepared via Polymerization-Induced Phase Separation,” Soft Matter 10 (17), 3112 - 3121(2014). DOI: 10.1039/C3SM52599F [pdf]

130. Qi Ge, Xiaofan Luo, Christian B. Iversen, Hossein Birjandi Nejad, Patrick T. Mather, Martin L. Dunn, and H. Jerry Qi, “A Finite Deformation Thermomechanical Constitutive Model for Triple Shape Polymeric Composites Based on Dual Thermal Transitions,” International Journal of Solid and Structures 51 2777-2790 (2014). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2014.03.029 [pdf]

129. A.H. Torbati, R.T. Mather, J.E. Reeder, and P.T. Mather,* “Fabrication of a Light-Emitting Shape Memory Polymeric Web Containing Indocyanine Green (ICG),” J. Biomed. Mater. Res. B: Appl. Biomaterials 102 1236-1243 (2014). DOI: 10.1002/jbm.b.33107 [pdf]

128. R.M. Baker, James H. Henderson, and P.T. Mather, “Shape memory poly(ε-caprolactone)-co-poly(ethylene glycol) foams with body temperature triggering and two-way actuation,” J. Mater. Chem. B: Mater. Biol. Med. 4916 - 4920(2013). DOI:10.1039/C3TB20810A [pdf]

127. E. Huitron-Rattinger, K. Ishida, A. Romo-Uribe, and P.T. Mather, “Thermally Modulated Nanostructure of Poly(ε-caprolactone)–POSS Multiblock Thermoplastic Polyurethanes,” Polymer 54 3350-3362 (2013). DOI: 10.1016/j.polymer.2013.04.015 [pdf]

126. Q. Ge, K.K. Westbrook, P.T. Mather, M.L. Dunn, H. Qi, “Thermomechanical Behavior of a Two-Way Shape Memory Composite Actuator,” Smart Materials and Structures 22 (5) 055009 (2013). [pdf]

125. P. Yang, R.M. Baker, J.H. Henderson, and P.T. Mather, “In vitro wrinkle formation via shape memory dynamically aligns adherent cells,” Soft Matter 9(18) 4705-4714 (2013). DOI: 10.1039/c3sm00024a [pdf]

124. E.D. Rodriguez, D.C. Weed, and P.T. Mather, “Anisotropic Shape Memory Elastomeric Composites: Fabrication and Testing,” Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 214, n11, 12477-1257 (2013). [pdf]

123. X. Luo and P.T. Mather, “A Shape Memory Assisted Self-Healing Coating,” ACS Macro Letters 2, 152-156 (2013). DOI: 10.1021/mz400017x [pdf]

122. X. Gu and P.T. Mather, “Water-triggered shape memory of multiblock thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPUs),” RSC Advances v3 n36 15783 - 15791 (2013). DOI: 10.1039/C3RA41337C [pdf]

121. Ling-Fang Tseng, Patrick T. Mather, James H. Henderson,* “Shape-memory actuated changes in scaffold fiber alignment direct stem cell morphology,” Acta Biomateriala 9, 8790-8801 (2013). DOI: 10.1016/j.actbio.2013.06.043. [pdf]

120. K.A. Burke and P.T. Mather, “Evolution of Microstructure during Shape Memory Cycling of a Main-Chain Liquid Crystalline Elastomer,” Polymer 54, n11, 2808-2820 (2013). DOI: 10.1016/j.polymer.2013.03.049 [pdf]

119. Q. Ge, X. Luo, C.B. Iversen, P.T. Mather, Martin Dunn, H. Jerry Qi, “Mechanisms of Triple-Shape Polymeric Composites Featuring Dual Thermal Transitions,” Soft Matter 9 2212-2223 (2013). DOI: 10.1039/c2sm27063c [pdf]

118. X. Luo and P.T. Mather, “Design Strategies of Shape Memory Polymers,” Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 2(1) 103-111(2013). [pdf]

117. X. Gu and P.T. Mather, “Entanglement-Based Shape Memory Polyurethanes: Synthesis and Characterization,” Polymer 53 5924-5934 (2012). [pdf]

116.K.A. Burke, H. Qin, and P.T. Mather, “Crosslinkable Liquid Crystalline Copolymers with Variable Isotropization Temperature,” ” J. Mater. Chem. 22 (29), 14518-14530 (2012). DOI:10.1039/C2JM32938G [pdf]

115.K.K. Westbrook, P.T. Mather, V. Parakh, M.L. Dunn, Q. Ge, B.M. Lee, and H. Jerry Qi, “Two-way reversible shape memory effects in a free-standing polymer composite,” ” Smart Mater. Struct. 20 (2011) 065010 (9 pp). [pdf]

114.Q. Ge, X. Luo, E.D. Rodriguez, X. Zhang, P.T. Mather, M.L. Dunn, and H. Qi, “Thermomechanical Behavior of Shape Memory Elastomeric Composites,” ” J. Mech. Phys. Solids, 60, 67-83 (2012). [pdf]

113.McKenzie, BM; Wojtecki, RJ; Burke, KA; Zhang, CY; Jakli, A; Mather, PT; Rowan, SJ, “Metallo-Responsive Liquid Crystalline Monomers and Polymers,” ” Chemistry of Materials, 23 (15) 3525-3533 (2011). [pdf]

112.Xiuling Xu, Kevin A. Davis, Pine Yang, Xinzhu Gu, James H. Henderson, Patrick T. Mather, “Shape Memory RGD-containing Hydrogels: Synthesis, Characterization, and Application in Cell Culture,” ” Macromol. Symp. 309/310, 162–172 (2011).[pdf]

111.K. Ishida, R.A. Hortensius, X. Luo, and P.T. Mather, “Soft Bacterial Polyester-Based Shape Memory Nanocomposites Featuring Reconfigurable Nanostructure,” ” J. Polym. Sci. B: Polym. Phys. 50 387-393 (2012). DOI: 10.1002/polb.23021.[pdf]

110.Bonifacio Alvarado-Tenorio, Angel Romo-Uribe, and Patrick T. Mather, “Microstructure and Phase Behavior of POSS/PCL Shape Memory Nanocomposites,” ” Macromolecules 44, 5682-5692 (2011). [pdf]

109.X. Gu, J. Wu, and P.T. Mather, “Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS) Suppresses Enzymatic Degradation of PEG-PCL Based Multiblock Polyurethanes by Surface Passivation Mechanism,” ” Biomacromolecules 12(8), 3066-3077 (2011). [pdf]

108. Erika D. Rodriguez, X. Luo, and P.T. Mather, “Linear and Crosslinked Poly (ε-Caprolactone) Polymers for Shape Memory Assisted Self-Healing (SMASH),” ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces ASAP (2011). [pdf]

107. K.A. Davis, K.A. Burke, P.T. Mather, J.H. Henderson, “Dynamic cell behavior on shape memory polymer substrates,” Biomaterials in press(2011). DOI: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2010.12.006 [pdf]

106. A.M. DiOrio, X. Luo, K.-M. Lee, and P.T. Mather, “A Functionally Graded Shape Memory Polymer,” Soft Matter 7 68-74 (2011). [pdf]

105. J. Choi, R. Wycisk, W. Zhang, P.N. Pintauro, K.M. Lee, and P.T Mather, “High conductivity perfluorosulfonic acid nanofiber composite fuel-cell membranes,” ChemSusChem 3 (11) 1245-1248 (2010). [pdf]

104. J. Wu, Q. Ge, and P.T. Mather, “PEG-POSS Multiblock Polyurethanes:Synthesis, Characterization and Hydrogel Behavior,” Macromolecules 43 7637–7649 (2010). [pdf]

103. J. Choi, K.-M. Lee, R. Wycisk, P.N. Pintauro, P.T. Mather, “Sulfonated Polysulfone/POSS Nanofiber Composite Membranes for PEM Fuel Cells,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 157 n6 B914-B919 (2010). [pdf]

102. Kristofer K. Westbrook, Vikas Parakh, Taekwoong Chung, Patrick T. Mather, Logan C. Wan, Martin L. Dunn, H. Jerry Qi, “Constitutive Modeling of Shape Memory Effects in Semicrystalline Polymers with Stretch Induced Crystallization,”  J. Engineering Materials and Technology 132 041010, 1-9 (2010). [pdf]

101. Jonghyun Choi, Kyung Min Lee, Ryszard Wycisk, Peter Pintauro, and Patrick T. Mather, “Nanofiber Composite Membranes with Low Equivalent Weight Perfluorosulfonic Acid Polymers,” J. Mater. Chem. 20 6282-6290 (2010). [pdf]

100. X. Luo and P.T. Mather, “Triple-Shape Polymeric Composites (TSPCs),”Advanced Functional Materials20 2649-2656 (2010). [pdf] [supporting information]

99. Q. Guo, P.T. Knight, J. Wu, and P.T. Mather, “Blends of Paclitaxel with POSS-Based Biodegradable Polyurethanes Blends: Morphology, Miscibility and Specific Interactions,” Macromolecules 42 4991-4999 (2010). [pdf]

98. X. Luo and P.T. Mather, “Conductive Shape Memory Nanocomposites for High Speed Electrical Actuation,” Soft Matter v6, n10 2146-2149(2010). [pdf]

96. K.A. Burke and P.T. Mather, “Soft Shape Memory in Main-Chain Liquid Crystalline Elastomers,” J. Mater. Chem., special issue on Actively Moving Polymers, 20 3449-3457  (2010). [cover graphic] [pdf]

95. X. Luo, K.E. Lauber, P.T. Mather, “A Thermally Responsive, Rigid, and Reversible Adhesive,” Polymer 51 n5 1169-1175 (2010). [pdf]

94. X. Luo and Patrick T. Mather, “Preparation and Characterization of Shape Memory Elastomeric Composites,” Macromolecules 42(19), 7251-7253 (2009). [pdf]

93. Jian Wu, Shuyu Hou, Dacheng Ren, and Patrick T. Mather, “Antimicrobial Properties of Nanostructured Hydrogel Webs Containing Silver,” Biomacromolecules 10, 2686-2693 (2009). [pdf]

92. P.T. Knight, K. Lee, T. Chung, P.T. Mather, “PLGA-POSS End-Linked Networks with Tailored Degradation and Shape Memory Behavior,” Macromolecules 42 6596-6605 (2009). [pdf]

91. P.T. Mather, X. Luo, and I.A. Rousseau, “Shape Memory Polymer Research,” Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 39445-471 (2009). [pdf]

90. Xiaofan Luo, Runqing Ou, Daniel E. Eberly, Amit Singhal, Wantinee Viratyaporn and Patrick T. Mather, “A Thermoplastic/Thermoset Blend Exhibiting Thermal Mending and and Reversible Adhesion,” ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 1 (3) 612-620 (2009). [pdf]

89. P.A. Patel, J. Eckart, M.C. Advincula, A.J. Goldberg, and P.T. Mather, “Rapid Synthesis of Polymer-Silica Hybrid Nanofibers by Biomimetic Mineralization,” Polymer 50 1214-1222 (2009). [pdf]

88. J. Wu, T.S. Haddad, and P.T. Mather, “The Role of Vertex Group in Rheological Behavior of Entangled Polystyrene-Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxane (POSS) Copolymers,” Macromolecules 42(4) 1142-1152 (2009). [pdf]

87. Q. Guo, P.T. Knight, and P.T. Mather, “Tailored Drug Release from Biodegradable Stent Coatings Based on Hybrid Polyurethanes,” J. Controlled Release 137 224-233 (2009). [pdf]

86. J. Wu and P.T. Mather, “POSS Polymers: Physical Properties and Biomaterials Applications,” Polymer Reviews 49: 25-63 (2009). [pdf]

85. H. Qin and P.T. Mather, “Combined One-Way and Two-Way Shape Memory in a Glass-Forming Nematic Network,” Macromolecules 41 273-280 (2009). [pdf]

84. A.J. Goldberg, M.C. Advincula, T. Komabayashi, P. A. Patel, P.T. Mather, D.G. Goberman and R. B. Kazemi, “Polypeptide Catalyzed Biosilicification of Dentin Surfaces,” J. Dental Res. 88 (4) 366-381 (2009). [pdf]

83. P.T. Knight, K. Lee, H. Qin, and P.T. Mather, “Biodegradable Thermoplastic Polyurethanes Incorporating Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxane (POSS),” Biomacromolecules 9 2458-2467 (2008). [pdf]

82. B.M. McKenzie, A.K. Miller, R.J. Wojtecki, J.C.Johnson, K.A. Burke, K.A. Tzeng, P.T. Mather, S.J. Rowan, “Improved synthesis of functionalized mesogenic 2,6-bisbenzimidazolylpyridine ligands,” Tetrahedron 64 8488-8495 (2008). [pdf]

81. Jonghyun Choi, Kyung Min Lee, Ryszard Wycisk, Peter N. Pintauro, and Patrick Mather, "Nanofiber Network Ion-exchanging Membranes," Macromolecules 41 4569-4572 (2008). [pdf]

80. K. Lee, P.T. Knight, T. Chung, and P.T. Mather, "Polycaprolactone-POSS Chemical/Physical Double Networks," Macromolecules 41 4730-4738 (2008). [pdf]

79. J.Kunzelman, T.Chung, P.T. Mather, and C. Weder, "Shape Memory Polymers with built-in Threshold Tempeature Sensors," J. Mater. Chem. 18, 1082-1086 (2008). DOI: 10.1039/B718445J [pdf] [supp_matter]

78.  Yatil P. Patil, Antonio Senador, Patrick T. Mather, Montogomery T. Shaw, "Rheological Characterization of Asphalt in a Tremperature Gradient Combinatiorial Squeeze-Flow Setup," Rheo. Acta. 46 1975-1982 (2007). [pdf]

77.  Taekwoong Chung, Angel Romo-Uribe, and Patrick T. Mather, "Two-Way reversible Shape Memory in a Semicrystalline Network," Macromolecules 41 184-192 (2008). [pdf]

76.  Patrick T. Mather and Stuart J. Rowan, "Supramolecular Interactions in the Formation of Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polymers," Struct Bond, 128: 119–149 (2008). [pdf]

75.  Pritesh A. Patel, Andrey V. Dobrynin, and Patrick T. Mather, "Combined Effect of Spin Speed and Ionic Strength on Polyelectrolyte Spin Assembly," Langmuir 2007, 23, 12589-12597. [pdf]

74.  Miao, Jianjun; Cui, Li; Lau, Henry P,; Mather, Patrick T.; Zhu, Lei. Self-Assembly and Chain-Folding Hybrid Coil-Coil-Cube Triblock Oligomers of Polyethylene-b-Poly(ethylene oxide)-b-Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane. Macromolecules, 40(15), 5460-5470 (2007). [pdf]

73.  Maria C. Advincula, Pritesh Patel, PTM, Tyler Mattson, and A. Jon Goldberg, "Polypeptide- dervided silica for biomedical applications," accepted J. Biomedical Materials Research A: Part A (2007).

72.  P. T. Mather, "Responsive Materials: Soft Answers for hard problems," Nature Materials, 6(2), 93-94 (2007). [pdf]

71.  B.R. Crenshaw, M. Burworth. D. Khariwala, P.A. Hiltner, P.T. Mather, R. Simha, and C. Weder, "Deformation-Induced Color Changes in Mechanochromic Polyethylene Blends," Marcomolecules 40(7), 2400-2408 (2007). [pdf]

70.  C. Liu, H. Qin, and P.T. Mather, "Review of Progress in Shape Memory Polymers," invited feature article J. Mater. Chem. 14, 1543-1558 (2007). DOI: 10.1039/b615954k. [pdf]

69.  J. Wu, T.S. Haddad, G.-M. Kim, P.T. Mather, "Rheological Behavior of Entangled Polystyrene-Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxane (POSS) Copolymers," Marcomolecules 40(3) 544-554 (2007). [pdf]

68.  Erdong Wang, Young-Wook Chang and Patrick T. Mather, "Poly(vinly alocohol) (PVA) / sulonated polyhedral oligosilsesquioxane (sPOSS) hybrid membranes for direct methanol fuel cell applications," Polymers for Advanced Technologies 18 (7) 535-543 (2007). [pdf]

67.  W. Lee, S. Ni, J. Deng, B.-S. Kim, S. K. Satija, P.T. Mather, A.R. Esker, "Isotherm Studies of Telechelic Poly(ethylene oxide) Amphiphiles Endcapped with Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS) at the Air/Water Interface," Macromolecules 40(3) 682-688 (2006). [pdf]

66.  P.A. Patel, J. Jeon, P.T. Mather, A.V. Dobrynin, "Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Multilayer Polyelectrolyte Films: Effect of Electrostatic and Short-Range Interactions." Langmuir ASAP (2006). [pdf]

65.  B.-S. Kim, P.T. Mather, “Non-Ionic Amphiphilic Telechelics Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxane Endgroups: Dilute Solution Viscometry,” Polymer 47 n17 6202-6207 (2006). [pdf]

64.  K.A. Burke, S. Sivokova, P.T. Mather, S.J. Rowan, “Effect of Stoichiometry on Liquid Crystalline Supramolecular Polymers Formed with Complementary Nucleobase Pair Interactions,” J. Polym. Sci. A: Polym. Chem. 44 n17 5049-5059 (2006). [pdf]

 63.  H. Qin, P.T. Mather, J.-B. Baek, and L.-S. Tan, “Modification of bisphenol-A based bismaleimide resin (BPA-BMI) with an allyl-terminated hyperbranched polyimide (AT-PAEKI),” Polymer 47 (8) 2813-2821 (2006). [pdf]

62.  S. Sivakova, J. Wu, C.J. Campo, P.T. Mather, S.J. Rowan, “Liquid Crystalline Supramolecular Polymers Formed Via Complementary Nucleobase Pair Interactions,” Chem. Eur. J. 12 446-456 (2006).        [pdf]

61.  J. Wu and P.T. Mather, “Interfacial Tension for a Liquid Crystalline Polymer in an Isotropic Polymer Matrix,” Macromolecules 38 (17)7343-7351 (2005). [pdf]

60.  S.-Y. Jang, V. Seshadri, M.-S. Khil, A. Kumar, M. Marquez, P.T. Mather, and G.A. Sotzing,* “Welded Electrochromic Conductive Polymer Nanofibers by Electrostatic Spinning,” Adv. Mater. 17 n18 2177-2180        (2005). [pdf]

59.  J. Wu, Q. Ge, K.A. Burke, and P.T. Mather, “Crystallization of POSS in a PEG-based Multiblock Polyurethane Architecture: Toward a Hybrid Hydrogel,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 847 EE10.2-6 (2005).        [pdf]

58.  C. Liu and P.T. Mather, “A Shape Memory Polymer with Improved Shape Recovery,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 855E W4.7.1-6  (2005). [pdf]

57.  I.A. Rousseau, H. Qin, and P.T. Mather, “Tailored Phase Transitions via Mixed-Mesogen  Liquid Crystalline Polymers with Silicon-Based Spacers,” Macromolecules 38 (10) 4103-4113 (2005).        [pdf]

56.  P.A. Patel, J. Jeon, P.T. Mather, A.V. Dobrynin, “Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Polyelectrolytes at Charged Surfaces: Effects of Chain Degree of Polymerization and Fraction of Charged Monomers,” Langmuir 21 6113-6122(2006). [pdf]

55.  I.A. Rousseau, P.T. Mather, “Shape Memory Effect Exhibited by Smectic C Liquid Crystalline Elastomers,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 125(50) 15300-15301 (2003). [pdf]

54.  T.D. Dang, P.T. Mather, M.D. Alexander, M.D. Houtz, R.J. Spry, F.E. Arnold, “Synthesis of aromatic benzoxazole polymers for high Tg, low dielectric properties,” Polyimides and Other High Temperature Polymers, 2, 205-223 (2003).

53.  C.J. Lefaux and P.T. Mather, “Build-Up of Multilayered Thin Lines using Sequential Adsorption of Polymers in Microfluidic Channels,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc EXS-2 M.4.6.1-3 (2004). [pdf]

52.  H. Qin, B.J. Chakulski, I.A. Rousseau, J. Chen, X.-Q. Xie, P.T. Mather, G.S. Constable, and E.B. Coughlin, “Synthesis and Characterization of Unsaturated Thermotropic Polyesters Prepared via Acyclic Diene Metathesis Polymerization (ADMET),” Macromolecules 37, n14, 5239-5249 (2004). [pdf]

51.  C. Lefaux, B.-S. Kim, and P.T. Mather, “Formation of Molecular Composite Coatings on Quartz and Nafion™ by Sequential Adsorption from Methanol Solutions,” in preparation Langmuir (2003).

50.  C. Lefaux, J. Zimberlin, A. Dobrynin, and P.T. Mather, “Polyelectrolyte Spin Assembly: Influence of Ionic Strength on the Growth of Multilayered Thin Films” J. Polym. Sci. B: Polym. Phys.,42, 3654-3666        (2004). [pdf]

49. B.-S. Kim and PTM, “Morphology, Microstructure, and Rheology of Amphiphilic Telechelics Incorporating Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxane,” Macromolecules 39,  9253-9260 (2006).[pdf]

48.  P. Rojanapitayakorn, PTM, R.A. Weiss, A.J. Goldberg, “Optically Transparent and Highly Oriented Polyethylene Terephthalate Compactions,” Polymer 46 (3) 761-773 (2004). [pdf]

47.  G.-M. Kim, H. Qin, X. Fang, F.C. Sun, and PTM, “Hybrid Epoxy-Based Thermosets Based on Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxane (POSS): Cure Behavior and Toughening Mechanisms,” J. Polym. Sci. B:        Polym. Phys. Ed.41, 3299-3313 (2003). [pdf]

46.  C. Liu and PTM, “Thermomechanical Characterization of a Tailored Series of Shape Memory Polymers,” J. Applied Medical Plastics 6(2) 47-52 (2002). [pdf]

45.  W. Zhang, B.X.Fu, Y. Seo, E. Schrag, B. Hsiao, PTM, N.-L. Yang, D. Xu, H. Ade, M. Rafailovich, J. Sokolov, “Effect of Methyl Methacrylate/Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane Random Copolymers in Compatibilization of Polystyrene and Poly(methyl methacrylate) Blends,” Macromolecules 35, 8029-8038        (2002). [pdf]

44.  C. Liu, S.B. Chun, PTM* and L. Zheng, E.H. Haley, E.B. Coughlin*, “Chemically Crosslinked Polycyclooctene: Synthesis, Characterization, and Shape Memory Behavior,” Macromolecules, 35 (27) 9868 -9874, 2002. [pdf]

43.  J. Pyun, K. Matyjaszewski,* J. Wu, G.-M. Kim, S.B. Chun, and PTM*, “Synthesis and characterization of ABA triblock copolymers containing polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane pendant groups,” Polymer 4
       
2739-2750 (2003). [pdf]

42.  B.-S. Kim and PTM, “Amphiphilic Telechelics Incorporating Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxane (POSS): 1. Synthesis and Characterization,” Macromolecules,35, 8378-8384, (2002). [pdf]

41.  Jong-Beom Baek, Haihu Qin, Patrick T. Mather and Loon-Seng Tan*, “A New Hyperbranched Poly(arylene-ether-ketone-imide): Synthesis, Chain-end Functionalization, and Blending with a Bismaleimide,” Macromolecules35 4951-4959 (2002). [pdf]

40.  S.R. White, PTM, and M.J. Smith, “Characterization of the Cure-State of DGEBA-DDS Epoxy Using Ultrasonic, Dynamic Mechanical, and Thermal Probes,” Polym. Eng. Sci. 42 (1) 51-67 (2002). [pdf]

39.  I.A. Rousseau, PTM, “Factors Affecting Electro-Actuation Rate in Partially Neutralized Polyelectrolytes Gels” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 698 EE4.6.1-7 (2002). [pdf]

38.  H. Qin, PTM, “Optical Rheology of new Liquid Crystalline Thermosets (LCTs): Influence of Shear on Disclination Texture,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 709 CC8.4.1-7 (2001). [pdf]

37.  PTM, H.G. Jeon, C.D. Han, and S. Chang, “Influence of Chain Flexibility on Flow-Induced Isotropic-to-Nematic Transition in Segmented Thermotropic Polymers,” Macromolecules 34 (4) 1326-1335 (2002). [pdf]

36.  C.D. Han, S. Chang, PTM, and X. Fang “Phase Behavior, Rheology, and Morphology of Binary Blends of Semiflexible Main-Chain Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polymers,” Macromolecules 34(20),  7152-7161 (2001). [pdf]

35.  A.-G. Cheong, A.D. Rey, and PTM, “Capillary Instabilities in Thin Nematic Liquid Crystalline Fibers,” Physical Review E 64, 041701/1-041701/12 (2001). [pdf]

34.  A.E. Senador, Jr., M.T. Shaw, and PTM, “Electrospinning of Polymeric Nanofibers: Analysis of Jet Formation,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 661, 5.9.1-6 (2001). [pdf]

33.  S.B. Chun and PTM, “Nanostructures from POSS-Grafted Block Copolymer Precursors,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 661, KK10.8.1-6 (2001). [pdf]

32.  D. O’Brien, PTM, and S.R. White, “Viscoelastic Properties of an Epoxy Resin During Cure,”  J. Compos. Mater. 35, 883-904 (2001). [pdf]

31.  J.S. Shelley, PTM, and K.L. Devries, “Reinforcement and Environmental Degradation of Nylon-6/Clay Nanocomposites,” Polymer 42, 5849-5858 (2001). [pdf]

30.  B.X. Fu, B.S. Hsiao, Silvina Pagola. P. Stevens, H. White, M. Rafailovich, J. Sokolov, PTM, H.G. Jeon, S. Phillips, J.D. Lichtenhan, and J.J. Schwab, “Structural Development during Deformation of        Polyurethane Containing Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxanes (POSS) Molecules,” Polymer  42 (2),         599-611 (2001). [pdf]

29.  D.O. Kim, C.D. Han, and PTM, “Flow Birefringence and Shear Rheometry of Semiflexible Main-Chain Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polymers with Varying Sizes of Pendent Side Groups,” Macromolecules        33, n21,  7922-7930 (2000). [pdf]

28.  PTM, H.G. Jeon, C.D. Han, and S. Chang, “Morphological and Rheological Responses to Shear Startup and Flow Reversal of Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polymers,” Macromolecules33, n20,
       7595-7608 (2000). [pdf]

27.  S.H. Phillips et al (9 authors), “New Insight into the Structure-Property Relationships of Hybrid (Inorganic/Organic) POSS Thermoplastics,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc. 628 (2000). [pdf]

26.  T.S. Haddad, PTM, H.G. Jeon, S.B. Chun, S.H. Phillips, “Hybrid Inorganic/Organic Diblock Copolymers. Nanostructure in Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane Polynorbornenes,”  Mater. Res. Soc.        Proc. 628 CC26.1-7 (2000). [pdf]

25.  T.D. Dang, PTM, M.D. Alexander, Jr., C. Grayson, M.D. Houtz, R.J. Spry, F.E. Arnold, “Synthesis and Characterization of fluorinated benzoxazole polymers with high TG and low Dielectric constant,” J.        Polym. Sci A: Polym. Chem., 38, 1991-2003 (2000). [pdf]

24.  PTM, W. Barnes, P.J. Hood, T.J. Bunning, “Rheo-Optics Studies in the Development of Hybrid MWIR Polarizers,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc., 559, 51-56 (1999).
 
       23.  D.S. Nagvekar, PTM,* H.G. Jeon, and L.-S. Tan, “New Wholly-Aromatic Thermotropic Polyesters with Controlled Flexibility,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc., 559, 165-170 (1999). [pdf]

22.  H.G. Jeon, PTM, and T.S. Haddad, “Shape Memory and Nanostructure in Poly(norbornyl-POSS) copolymers,” Polymer International, 49, 453-457 (2000). [pdf]

21.  B.X. Fu, B.S. Hsiao, H. White, M. Rafailovich, PTM, H.G. Jeon, S. Phillips, J.D. Lichtenhan, and J.S. Schwab, “Nanoscale Reinforcement of Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS) in Polyurethane        Elastomer,” Polymer International, 49, 437-440 (1999). [pdf]

20.  S. Pragliola, C. Ober, PTM, and H.G. Jeon, “Mesogen-Jacketed Liquid Crystalline Polymers via Stable Free Radical Polymerization,” Macromol. Chem. Phys., 200, 2338-2344 (1999). [pdf]

19.  H. Jiang, W. Su, PTM, and T.J. Bunning, “Rheology of Highly Swollen Chitosan/ Polyacrylate Hydrogels,” Polymer, 40, 4593-4602 (1999). [pdf]

18.  T.J. Bunning, W. Barnes, PTM, and P.J. Hood, “Mid-Wavelength IR (MWIR) Polarizers from Glassy Cholesteric Liquid Crystals,” Liquid Crystals 26 557-565 (1999). [pdf]

17.  T.S. Haddad, PTM, H.G. Jeon, A. Romo-Uribe, A.R. Farris, and J.D. Lichtenhan, “Thermoplastics Modified with Nanoscale Inorganic Macromers,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc., 519, 381-386 (1998).

16.  Schwab, Joseph J.; Lichtenhan, Joseph D.; Chaffee, Kevin P.; Mather, Patrick T.; Romo-Uribe, Angel., “Polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes (POSS): silicon based monomers and their use in the        preparation of hybrid polyurethanes” Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.519 (Organic/Inorganic Hybrid        Materials),  21-27 (1998).

15.  L.-S. Tan, N. Venkatasubramanian, PTM, M.D. Houtz, and C.L. Benner, “Synthesis and Thermal Properties of Thermosetting Bis-Benzocyclobutene-Terminated Arylene Ether Monomers,” J. Polym.        Science, Part A: Polym. Chemistry, 36, 2637-2651 (1998). [pdf]

14.  PTM, H.G. Jeon, A. Romo-Uribe, T.S. Haddad, and J.D. Lichtenhan, “Mechanical Relaxation and Microstructure of Poly(norbornyl-POSS) Copolymers.” Macromolecules,  32, 1194-1203 (1999). [pdf]

13.  PTM, A. Romo-Uribe, C.D. Han, S.S.Chang, “Rheo-Optical Evidence of a Flow-Induced Isotropic-Nematic Transition in a Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polymer,” Macromolecules, 30, 7977-7989(1997). [pdf]

12.  A. Romo-Uribe, PTM, T.S. Haddad, and J.D. Lichtenhan, “Rheology of Styryl-based Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS) Polymers,” J. Polym. Sci.: Part B: Polym. Physics, 36, 1857-1872        (1998). [pdf]

11.  PTM and A. Romo-Uribe, “Rheological and Mechanical Relaxation Behavior of Thermally Crosslinkable Poly(ethylene terephthalate),” Polym. Eng. Sci., 38 1174-1184 (1998). [pdf]

10.  A. Romo-Uribe, PTM, K.P. Chaffee, C.D. Han, “Molecular and Textural Ordering in Semiflexible Thermotropic LCPs,” Mater. Res. Soc. Proc., 461, 63-67, 1997. [pdf]

9.  PTM, D.S. Pearson, R.G. Larson, D.F. Gu, and A.M. Jamieson, "The Origin of Stress Oscillation Damping During Start-up and Reversal of Torsional Shearing of Nematics," Rheol. Acta., 36, 1-13 (1997).        [pdf]

8.  PTM, H.R. Stüber, K.P. Chaffee, T.S. Haddad, A. Romo-Uribe, and J.D. Lichtenhan, "A Novel Rheological Microscope for Flow Studies of Thermotropic Polymers and Polymer Blends: Droplet        Deformation,” Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.425, 137-142 (1996). [pdf]

7.  PTM, K.P. Chaffee, A. Romo-Uribe, G. Spilman, T. Jiang, and D.C. Martin, "Thermally Crosslinkable Thermotropic Copolyesters. Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing." Polymer, 38, 6009-6022        (1997). [pdf]

6.  PTM, D.S. Pearson, and R.G. Larson, "Flow Patterns and Disclination Density Measurements in Sheared Nematic Liquid Crystals II: Tumbling 8CB", Liquid Crystals, 20, 539-547 (1996). [pdf]

5.  PTM, D.S. Pearson, and R.G. Larson, "Flow Patterns and Disclination Density Measurements in Sheared Nematic Liquid Crystals I: Flow-Aligning 5CB," Liquid Crystals, 20, 527-538 (1996). [pdf]

4.  S. Lee, PTM, and D.S. Pearson, "Phase Behavior and Rheology of Binary Blends Containing Polycarbonate and a Thermotropic Polyester," J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 59, 243-250 (1996). [pdf]

3.  PTM, D.S. Pearson, and W.R. Burghardt, "Structural Response of Nematic Liquid Crystals to Weak Transient Shear Flows," J. Rheol., 39, 627-648 (1995). [pdf]

2.  PTM et al, "Synthesis and Characterization of a Semiflexible Liquid Crystalline Polyester with a Broad Nematic Region," Liquid Crystals, 17, 811-826 (1994). [pdf]

1S.R. White and PTM, "A Comparison of Ultrasonic and Thermal Cure Monitoring of an Epoxy Resin," Composite Polymers, 4, 403-422 (1991). [pdf]